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    Kerri Lee Walsh Jennings was born on August 15, 1978, an American professional beach volleyball player, three-time Olympic gold medalist, and a one-time Olympic bronze medalist. She led her school's teams to three state championships in volleyball, in 1993–1995. She also led her school's basketball team to a state championship. She was named Gatorade National High School Volleyball Player of the Year in 1996, the first time the award was given.

    Walsh grew up in an athletic family; 토토사이트 her father played minor league baseball, and her mother had been a star volleyball player. After graduating from Stanford University in 2001, she moved to Surf City USA, where one magical day she tried out for volleyball legend Misty May and met her future husband, pro beach volleyball player Casey Jennings. They have three children, two sons and a daughter. May and Walsh formed a partnership on the beach circuit in 2001, finishing the season with the number five ranking in the world.

    No female athlete has achieved as much as Kerri Walsh Jennings throughout her three decades on the court. Dubbed ‘Six Feet of Sunshine’ for her blond hair and radiant personality, Jennings’ 43 gold medals, including three Olympic and three FIVB World Championships, make her not only the sport’s all-time career leader for both match wins and title victories, but one of its most revered and beloved personalities.

    For some, consistency is key to peak performance. But for Jennings, change in both her personal and professional life has helped fuel her pursuit of a fourth Olympic gold medal and led her to make some profound life choices along the way. With high hopes for 2021, Walsh Jennings plans to finish her career on a high note, but as her seat-back pocket discovery four years ago taught her, it’s not about winning orlosing: it’s about winning or learning.